Guided Tour

Guided Tour 2019

As part of our dedication to the preservation of religious and ethnic heritage, we are proud to offer this amazing travel experience through our 2019 Guided Tour.



Roundtrip Luxury Motorcoach Transportation; Printed Tour Itinerary and Destination Information; On-board snacks and complimentary coffee/bottled water; Tour Coordinator; Guided Tour at Destination; Donation to Shrine; Gratuities; 1 Catered Meal where indicated.

Departure Location:

Casimir Cultural Center, 505 Power Street, Cambria City, Johnstown 15906
Parking Available
Tours Depart at time listed below.

On-line Reservation


August 24

Casimir Cultural Center’s First Annual Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

 (Includes a Special Stop at National Shrine of Padre Pio)

Our Lady of Czestochowa, the Black Madonna, is the Queen of Poland. Her icon is a symbol of faith and a source of unity and strength for the Polish people.

The National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa occupies approximately 170 acres of land. Located on Beacon Hill, and overlooking Peace Valley, the Shrine is the perfect place to come and spend time in prayer and reflection.

Every year, more and more pilgrims arrive to partake in the Marian and Eucharistic processions. The cultural events, most especially those representing Polish traditions, attract an ever increasing number of visitors. Pilgrims traveled in bus groups from all over the country.

The Shrine has also been honored with the visits of many distinguished guests, such as U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Vice President George H.W. Bush. Karol Cardinal Wojtyla visited the Czestochowa Shrine on two occasions: the first time in 1969 and then again in 1976 while attending the Eucharistic Congress held in Philadelphia. Two years later, he was chosen to the Throne of Saint Peter as the 264th Pope of the Catholic Church.

With the completion of some major construction, the Shrine has been expanded, adding some much needed facilities to accommodate the hundreds of thousands of pilgrims who visit here each year.

The Pauline Fathers and Brothers invite individuals and groups to visit and use all the facilities now available at the Shrine. They warmly welcome both Catholic and non-Catholic visitors.

Depart: 5:00am

Rest Stop

Arrive at National Shrine of Padre Pio: 10am

Depart Padre Pio Shrine at 11am and Arrive in Doylestown at Noon.

Tour, Reflection, Polish Lunch (Included)

Mass: 5:00pm

Depart Centre: 6:30pm

Dinner Stop (Not Included)




You may reserve and purchase on-line.

The tour is limited to 33 guests.

Confirmation letters or e-mails (whichever you prefer) will be sent upon receipt of reservation and payment.

*No Refunds 3 weeks prior to departure date.*